My husband's grandfather was John H., his father was Grover Crittendon Webster m. married to Rosa Eliza Geiger. We went there once with his sister, Betts Schuster few months before she died and when we went back for a reunion at Blackwater in 2005, could not find cemetery and didn't even reach the water. Lady in store at Gravois Mills never heard of it, but we knew better.
It was a Sunday and no cell phone. We left next day for Texas.
John N. was interviewed in a Versailles article saying when and where (John N.) was born, but never said anything about his parents and all census' say Pennsylvania. I read the History of Westmoreland Co., PA and never came across a Webster, except Daniel Webster. I am wondering if they didn't spell Webster different on early 1800's. Was there maybe a Westmoreland Twp. in PA? I have already checked all counties in PA for a John Webster (he didn't use the initial until he moved to Morgan Co. and it stood for nothing except used for land records, etc. Betts once asked her grandfather (John H.) what the H. stood for and he told her it was only for land records and didn't stand for anything.
Olive was born in Jeromesville, OH. Her folks were William Heffelfinger and Mary Ann Garn.
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